walky-talky


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walk·y-talk·y

 (wô′kē-tô′kē)
n.
Variant of walkie-talkie.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.walky-talky - small portable radio link (receiver and transmitter)walky-talky - small portable radio link (receiver and transmitter)
radio link, link - a two-way radio communication system (usually microwave); part of a more extensive telecommunication network
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The guards outside stopped him and confirmed with someone over the Walky-talky and then let him enter only because the man in question argued in ENGLISH," she said.
According to my friend, he saw a car moving after them and a walky-talky was in the hand of one of the people inside the car, and then he saw them run into the back street of the college and I didn't watch the rest.
He also ordered that the police officials deputed at these check posts should also be given walky-talky sets for quick communication about movement of suspects and blocking their entry in the city under the guise of IDPs, police press release here on Saturday said,
A huge cache of arms and ammunition, a number of walky-talky sets and hand grenades were recovered from Ghaffar's possession.
Five Kalashnikovs, 20 kilograms of explosives, a walky-talky, a pistol, and different ammunitions were also seized from the militants, he said.
A 'Hamas commander' drove a beat-up grey van in northern Gaza and theatrically spoke on his walky-talky as I sat in the passenger seat.
When I had the accident, the reason why I was rescued so quickly is because I had a walky-talky.
The Ambassador also visited the Aden Cleaning Fund, to which the Japanese Government had provided numbers of garbage trucks and walky-talky devices to enhance cleaning activities in the governorate in 2007.